Ghana touches the Cote d’Ivoire, Togo and Burkina Faso
Fishermen, still using traditional old wooden dhows, are being driven out of business by Asian and European trawlers, depleting and destroying the fish population of West Africa. Many of the tourist lodges are run by foreigners,
who are as complicit as the rich Africans, demanding 12 hour days and low wages from the locals. Regardless of free elections and freedom of speech, most people live in poverty. Corruption is a given in most of Africa, seeping into government and private business. Aside from all this, the youth of Ghana are getting educated so they will eventually be the voice of change.